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11/18/2016

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I agree. Let's not try to treat employees fairly. Let's let the courts and regulators do that for us.

Thought that courts and regulators only do legal or illegal rather than fair or unfair. Defining "fair" is a terribly complex, controversial and essentially subjective issue too immense for short articles ... but maybe I'm being unfair to say that.

Respectfully, company policies should be both fair and consistent. We're not doing our jobs if not trying to treat employees fairly.

Then we agree that internal company policies should be established by good-faith efforts to do right and should not be abandoned in favor of government edicts. Best to follow Stephanie's closing advice.

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